VP Juldeh Jalloh told Liberians that Good Governance & Prosperity are Intertwined

By Amin Kef Sesay

According to our correspondent in Monrovia Liberia. The Vice President of Sierra Leone, Dr. Mohamed Juldeh Jalloh, delivered  a very moving and incisive statement on good governance at the Young Political Leadership School Africa Cohort 8 program that was held in Monrovia, Liberia starting from Friday the 22nd October 2021 and will last till the 27th October 2021. The Vice President in summary told the attentive audience, which he held captive, that the only way out of the myriad of challenges militating against development is by embracing good governance and upholding the rule of law.

The Young Political Leadership School Africa (YPLS Africa) is a program that contributes to the formation of a new generation of character-driven, politically and socially active leaders that would be accountable, responsive, and accessible to the needs and interests of their citizens and also help to shape the future of their respective countries in the positive direction.

The event is part of Naymote Partners for Democratic Development’s political governance program.

Dr. Mohamed Juldeh Jalloh delivered the keynote address at the opening ceremony on October 25 2021 and went ahead to facilitate the first session on the elements of good governance.

While in Liberia, Vice President Juldeh Jalloh is expected to meet with Liberian President Dr. George Manneh Weah and his Vice, interact with the Liberian media and engage Sierra Leoneans resident in Liberia.

The Vice President’s delegation includes the Ministers of Internal Affairs and Youth Affairs, among other Government officials.

Meanwhile, organizers of the Young Political Leadership School Africa program have expressed gratitude to the Sierra Leone Embassy in Liberia and the Government of Liberia for their support.

The Alumni and Convener presented an outstanding Leadership Award to the   Hon. Vice President of the Republic of Sierra Leone, Dr. Mohamed Juldeh Jalloh.

The event is being supported by the Open Society Initiative for West Africa (OSIWA).


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